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===Notes by Amod Mulay(white)===
 
===Notes by Amod Mulay(white)===
 
The snippets above define the point in execution where the jit code is called.
 
The snippets above define the point in execution where the jit code is called.
All of the files for jit implementation are in libinterp/interp-core, the main files are:
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All of the file forjit implementation are in libinterp/interp-core, the main files are:
 
*pt-jit.cc (& pt-jit.h)
 
*pt-jit.cc (& pt-jit.h)
 
*jit-ir.cc (& jit-ir.h)
 
*jit-ir.cc (& jit-ir.h)
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*jit-util.cc (& jit-util.h)
 
*jit-util.cc (& jit-util.h)
  
I haven't gone through all parts of the code yet and dont understand a lot of it, but my first impression is that it feels like more of a text dump. The various parts need to be seperated into different files based on functionality. The current files are a tad too big IMHO. Right now all of the jit parts are in 4 files(+4 header files) which are quite large and a lot of it has no documentaion to explain how the different parts come togeather.  
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I haven't gone through all parts of the code yet and dont understand a lot of it, but my first impression is that it feels like more of a text dump. The various parts need to be seperated into different files based on functionality. The current files are a tad too big imho.Right now all of the jit parts are in 4 files(+4 header files) which are quite large and a lot of it has no documentaion to explain how the diff parts come togeather.  
  
 
To be fair my impressions/opinions are that of a beginner level user and you are welcome to have a look and post your own comments.
 
To be fair my impressions/opinions are that of a beginner level user and you are welcome to have a look and post your own comments.

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